This article is excerpted from "Real World Adobe InDesign CS."
At the heart of any good page layout is formatting and perhaps none is more critical than paragraph formatting. Bad indents, careless alignment, tight line-spacing, misused tabs — all these combine to disrupt page harmony.
Thankfully, Adobe InDesign gives you a full complement of controls to apply to paragraphs. You’ll find the basics such as alignment, indents, tabs, hyphenation, drop caps,
and so on, But InDesign CS also offers such whizzy features as hanging indents, multi-line composition, and — best of all — nested styles, which let you apply multiple styles to a block of text with one click.
In this excerpt from "Real World InDesign CS," layout maestros Olav Martin Kvern and David Blatner take you inside InDesign’s paragraph-formatting controls .
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Excerpted from "Real World InDesign CS" © 2004 Olav Martin Kvern and David Blatner. Reproduced by permission of Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Peachpit Press. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Tags